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Revelation, New Edition
The book of Revelation, according to Charles Ryrie, was “designed not to mystify but to clarify.” With text often viewed as hidden and mysterious by casual readers, this refreshing and concise new edition, with its helpful charts and graphs, is written especially for those who want to understand and effectively teach what lies ahead in God’s plan.
Dr. Ryrie’s careful attention
to detail and understandable explanations will not only help to clear some
of the mystery surrounding the book of Revelation, but heighten your confidence
that God’s victory over Satan, death, and sin is only a matter of time.
Balancing the Christian Life
Genuine and wholesome spirituality is the goal of all Christian living.What sounds simple, Ryrie warns is at risk from “an unbalanced application of the doctrines related to spirituality resulting in an unbalanced Christian life.” The answer to preventing unbalance is to know how to study the Bible in such a way as to let it “be the guide and test for all our experiences in the spiritual life...and if any experience fails to pass the test, it must be discarded.” In this foundational work for all believers, Ryrie examines key issues of spirituality, including sanctification, temptation, routine faithfulness and use of spiritual gifts.
Acts of the Apostles
A commentary and study guide designed for laypeople, this work deals seriously with the biblical text on the Acts of the Apostles without being overly technical. Introductory information, doctrinal themes, problem passages and practical applications are examined. If you have wondered when and what prompted Paul to use his Roman name in place of his given Jewish name Saul, you will find that and many other fascinating background facts in Ryrie’s Acts of the Apostles.
A Survey of Bible Doctrine
This is an easy-to-understand
overview of the various doctrines of the Bible written especially for the
layperson. Ryrie examines a wide range of topics, including: the nature
of God, the inspiration of Scripture, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the angelic
world, the nature and depravity of humans, salvation, the church, and the
end times. Ryrie argues for the contemporary relevance of the Bible in this
accessible and engaging survey of its key teachings.